Oil Leak May Develop at Cam Sensor O-Ring on Plymouth Breeze

Problem Description and Possible Solution

An engine Oil leak may develop at the cam sensor o-ring seal. Our technicians tell us this is often misdiagnosed as an external head gasket leak.

Problem Data
RepairPal Verified
Average mileage: 143,777 (80,000–198,000)
Engine affected: 2.0L 4 Cylinder
5 model years affected: 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, more2000
18 people reported this problem
Viewing 1 - 6 of 6 comments
have oil leaking at rear of engine, collecting on top of tranny case, can't see from above, but apparently my camshaft sensor is going out as well because my "check engine" light is on and starting the engine is taking longer and longer (while cranking it). I had a technician check my codes and he told me the sensor is bad (or going bad, and eventually I won't be able to start the car...) so maybe this oil leak is coming from that? (it's collecting below that spot on the engine..)
Leaking lots of oil out of rear of engine. Mechanic replaced cam seal and said that should fix it. I am still losing as much oil as I was before. About 1 qt. every 10 miles. My first and last Chrysler product.
I have a oil leak behind the timingbelt cover somewhere
Leaks about a gallon of oil every four days and keeps a puddle of oil on top of tranny that's only running about thirty miles a day
Under the car there is a oil leak and I don't no how to fix it so far it just barely drips and will leave a tiny puddle
Been leaking for almost 60,000 miles ... keep oil topped off.